Don't Let Your Accident Damages Get Tangled In Mitigation

Posted on: 24 October 2022

Accidents can turn a victim's life into a chaotic mess. However, things will begin to return to normal after a few weeks, depending on the seriousness of the victim's injuries. You might expect to be paid by the other driver's insurer and believe that you are on your way to being finished with the accident situation. Then, the issue of mitigation comes up. Read on and find out what that means and how it can affect your case. [Read More]

Four Ways A Truck Driver Can Be Liable For A Right Turn Accident

Posted on: 27 September 2022

One of the more challenging maneuvers for truck drivers is a right turn. Not only do they need a great deal of clearance to complete the turn, but they also need to be well trained to properly execute this movement. When either of these factors is not verified — an accident can result. Speed does not dictate injury. Drivers can sustain real injuries and suffer significant property damage when a turning truck collides with them. [Read More]

Business Owners: Avoid These Three Legal Pitfalls

Posted on: 30 August 2022

Owning a small business is a great way to be your own boss and take part in the American dream. One key aspect of being a business owner is dealing with the various legal issues that arise from being a proprietor of a shop or other type of establishment. This article examines three of the most important legal issues every business owner must keep in mind.  Employees and Liability In certain instances, an owner could be held legally responsible for the actions of an employee. [Read More]

FAQs To Guide You In Seeking Compensation For Chest Pain After A Collision

Posted on: 1 August 2022

A forceful impact in a collision can make you slam onto a steering wheel, airbags, or dashboard, hurting your chest. For instance, it could tear or rupture your arteries and veins. You may also suffer injuries to your spleen, kidney, or liver, and they could trigger pain in your chest. Such problems often require expensive tests and treatment to avert complications that could lead to death. But as you seek compensation, don't forget that the wrongdoer's insurer should pay all your medical costs. [Read More]